Election Observation Group (ELOG) have given what seem to be a controversial statement on the just concluded fresh Presidential election.
According to The Daily Nation,the Observer group says they cannot tell whether the October 26 repeat presidential election was free, fair and credible.
However, the local-based Observer group on Wednesday said the absence of party agents in polling stations,apart from Jubilee Party’s, as well as absence of observers may have affected the outcome of the election.
The Group also noted that the fresh poll may not have been conducted in line with the Supreme Court order which spelt that it should be done in strict adherence to the Constitution and applicable electoral laws.
They claimed some forms used in the election were tampered while others were not signed but remained coy on whether President Uhuru’s re-election is legitimate.
They also observed that voters who failed to vote was because they felt disenfranchised.
The observers poked holes in electoral agency’s preparations for the fresh poll.
The voter register, they said, is faulty and the IEBC broke the law by failing to publish the list on time.
“IEBC never cleaned its register despite KPMG recommendations,” Ms Regina Opondo, the Elog chairperson (pictured above), said in a presser.
ELOG however concluded by calling for dialogue as the way forward in addressing the current political impasse.
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